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What the community says about The Constant Princess (The Plantagenet and Tudor Novels)
- "The Constant Princess is a historical romance fiction and the sixth book in The Plantagenet and Tudor . Throughout the narrative, we learn about the great society of the Moors, about their great learning in medicine and science and their tolerance of all religions. Not so the Catholic Isabella and Ferdinand, who drive the Moors and the Jews from Spain and impose Roman Catholic doctrine on all citizens."
- "I found this very engaging. It reminded of another favorite book when I was younger. I hope this author writes more. It was really interesting.""This is an enjoyable view of the Tudors and even more enjoyable after seeing the TV show. I will be reading more books by Philippa Gregory."
- "Phillipa Gregory knows how to write historical fiction with a kick of romance thrown in. This novel will engage you into the story of King Henry VII and his first wife. It balances historical information with engaging storylines and you’ll get swept away in the passages. This book is long, but that should excite most historical fiction fans. I know I didn’t want the story to end!"
- "Another wonderful work of historical fiction by Philippa Gregory, I was introduced to young Katherine of Aragon. She proved no less fascinating in this novel than she did in any other work I've read about her, including non-fiction. Philippa Gregory has just the right touch when it comes to writing vivid, realistic characters, giving readers just the right amount of historical fact, dates, and context for a rich setting, and then weaving myth with reality."